Nautilus Presents Commander Discrete Mixer

Westminster, CA (January 25, 2005)--The Nautilus Commander discrete Class-A mixer sums 12 channels to stereo using audio circuitry that enhances fullness and detail in mixes. Mastering-style stereo bus functions in the Commander include separate L-R mutes, mono, VU meters and meter range control, making the unit a more capable tool for digital recording and mixing.
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Westminster, CA (January 25, 2005)--The Nautilus Commander discrete Class-A mixer sums 12 channels to stereo using audio circuitry that enhances fullness and detail in mixes. Mastering-style stereo bus functions in the Commander include separate L-R mutes, mono, VU meters and meter range control, making the unit a more capable tool for digital recording and mixing.

The Commander has eight analog inputs with pan and mute controls, and four dedicated L-R inputs (which can also be used for effects returns or channel expansion units). The unit facilitates "live-on-the-fly" interaction, returning spontaneity to the once-set/always-set world of computers.

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